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    Title: Data Hiding Based on the Similarity between Neighboring Pixels with Reversibility,
    Authors: Li, Y. C.;Chang, C. C.;Yeh, C. M.
    Keywords: Histogram;Reversibility;Reversible data hiding;Stego-image
    Date: 2009-10
    Issue Date: 2009-12-17 14:57:14 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: The technique of reversible data hiding recovers the original image from a stego-image without distortion after the hidden data are extracted. A natural image usually contains several smooth areas. The difference between two adjacent pixels has a high probability of being a small value. Therefore, this study proposed a novel reversible data hiding method, Adjacent Pixel Difference (APD), which employs the histogram of the pixel difference sequence to increase the embedding capacity. Experimental results reveal that APD achieves a high embedded capacity and still maintains a high stego-image quality. Furthermore, the stego-image quality and embedded capacity of the APD method outperform those of NSAS, F&S and T&H.
    Relation: Digital Signal Processing (Article in Press)
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